From Banks Park
From the Catholic Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th January 2017 11:30am
Have you been considering ways of increasing your levels of physical activity?
And hoping to do so in a social group?
How about cycling?
There are many reasons to enjoy cycling, from losing weight to improving your sex life.
Here are 28 additional reasons to take up cycling!
Aylesbury Cyclist Touring Club (CTC) invite you to participate in their 'Easy Paced' circular cycle rides, all of which are relatively local to Haddenham, are normally around 30 miles or so in length and include a social break approximately mid-way for some refreshments at a designated coffee shop or cafe.
Here is their schedule of rides in February:
|Date||Start Time||Beginning At||Refreshment Stop|
|Sunday 15th January||9.30am||Watermead Inn, Watermead HP19 0FX||George and Dragon Coffee Shop, Quainton|
|Sunday 22nd January||9.30am||Stoke Mandeville Combined School HP22 5XA||Bradmoor Farm Café, Haddenham|
|Sunday 29th January||9.30am||Café in the Park, Aston Clinton HP22 5HL||Curisi Tea Tea rooms, Ivinghoe LU7 9EP|
|Sunday 5th February||9.30am||Weston Turville Shops HP22 5RH||College Lake Cafe|
|Sunday 12th February||9.30am||Stone Crossroads, Stone HP18 0NH||Orchard View Farm, Little Meadle|
|Sunday 19th February||9.30am||Stoke Mandeville Combined School HP22 5XA||Haddenham Garden Centre|
|Sunday 26th February||9.30am||Watermead Inn, Watermead HP19 0FX||Green Dragon Eco Centre, Hogshaw|
More details of the Aylesbury CTC website.
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